Myers' Coctail

A Myers’ cocktail is intravenous (IV) therapy that can help with a number of chronic conditions, including asthma, chronic fatigue, migraines, fibromyalgia, and even cancer. It was developed by the late Dr. John Myers, MD from Baltimore, who used it to help patients battling chronic illnesses for 25 years before his death in 1984.

A Myers’ cocktail contains a large amount of specific vitamins and minerals that can improve your overall health and immunity. At the same time, many of the ingredients in the Myers’ cocktail can help with the side effects of chemotherapy. Benefits of Myers cocktail may include helping with fatigue, nausea, and brain fog.

Many cancer patients can lose out on valuable nutrition due to treatment, such as chemotherapy. Therefore, getting an infusion of vitamins through a Myers’ cocktail can help their bodies get stronger and have more energy.


What is in a Myers Cocktail Infusion?Myers’ cocktail

Ingredients in a Myers cocktail:

Myers’ cocktail ingredients include a combination of vitamins and minerals, including the following:

  • Calcium: Crucial for bone strength and formation.
  • Magnesium: Can reduce migraines, muscle spasms, and fatigue.
  • Zinc: Helps regulate the immune system and is not naturally created by the body.
  • Glutathione: A naturally-occurring antioxidant that benefits the immune system.
  • Vitamin C: Intravenous vitamin C has been found to alleviate side effects of chemotherapy, such as fatigue and nausea.
  • Vitamin B12: Can improve side effects of chemotherapy, including brain fog and fatigue.
  • B-complex Vitamins

The Myers’ cocktail IV ingredients are combined in an IV bag that contains normal saline. The amount of each ingredient can vary depending on the patient and their needs. In some cases, certain nutrients may be replaced with other vitamins and minerals the patient needs.


Myers Cocktail Treatment 


Because the Myers’ cocktail IV is given intravenously, the patient will need to have a catheter inserted into their vein. The treatment time can range from 30 minutes to an hour or longer. The IV delivery means that the vitamins skip the digestive system altogether, delivering a more powerful impact on the body’s cells.

In general, it takes patients a few infusions before they start to feel a noticeable difference. Some patients may get a Myers’ cocktail IV once a week, while others may need to get the IV twice a week before they start seeing results. The cadence of infusions will depend on the patient.


Where Can I Get a Myers Cocktail?

Many clinics offer Intravenous vitamin therapy & Myers’ cocktail IV therapy.

However, carefully research clinics before beginning Myers’ cocktail IV therapy to ensure your practitioners are well-versed in IV treatment for cancer patients. Also, speak with your primary healthcare provider, as large doses of some vitamins can negatively interact with their cancer medication.

Here is a list of Heal Navigator Verified clinics offering Myers’ cocktail

What are the Side Effects of Myers Cocktail?

Some people may experience warmth during and after their Myers’ cocktail IV infusion, which may result from the magnesium. Also, some patients may experience a sudden drop in blood pressure because of the magnesium, making them feel lightheaded and dizzy.

In addition, some patients may experience an allergic reaction from the IV itself. Others may experience adverse side effects as a result of drug interactions.


Should You Try a Myers’ Cocktail IV?

The answer to this question will depend on a variety of factors. A Myers’ cocktail IV is not the best option for everyone. Some research suggests that taking too many vitamins can have a negative effect when combined with traditional cancer treatments, such as chemotherapy.


At the same time, some cancer patients find that they have more energy and experience less pain and nausea after having a Myers’ cocktail IV. Because everyone will react differently to this treatment, it’s essential to talk to your healthcare provider before you decide to try a Myers’ cocktail IV.

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